13 Times Actors Paid Tribute to the Characters They Played
When stars appear on the red carpet, they carefully think through their looks and try to spice it up, if possible. For example, Alexandra Daddario decided to look like her character in Mayfair Witches, and Jason Momoa wore pajamas during the premiere of this film, Slumberland.
Jenna Ortega wore a goth outfit that was totally in line with her character on Wednesday.
Alexandra Daddario looked like a witch in real life during the premiere of Mayfair Witches.
Elizabeth Debicki, who played Princess Diana in the most recent season of The Crown, was inspired by the dress the princess wore for the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.
15 years after she played the iconic role, Salma Hayek was dressed as Frida Kahlo at an event dedicated to the Mexican artist in London in 2018.
During the premiere of Babylon, Margot Robbie wore a black dress from the film.
Jason Momoa liked his role in Slumberland so much that he wore pajamas and a coat from the film during the premiere.
In Where the Crawdads Sing, Daisy Edgar-Jones played a girl that lives in the swamps. The dress with flower applications is the perfect continuation of her look in the film.
Letitia Wright paid tribute to Chadwick Boseman by wearing the same clothes he did at the premiere of Black Panther.
Iman Vellani wore sneakers the color of the emblem on her suit in Ms. Marvel, where she played a girl with superpowers.
For the premiere of Something from Tiffany’s, Zoey Deutch wore a delicate blue dress (symbolizing the brand) with open shoulders and Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
For the premiere of Red Notice, Gal Gadot wore a shiny dress like the one from the film.
David Harbour’s jacket that featured scenes from the series he wore to the premiere of the fourth season of Stranger Things attracted a lot of attention.
Brie Larson wore an outfit with hand-embroidered stars to the opening of the Marvel Avengers campus in Disneyland in Paris. It was a nod to her character.
Who of these stars was able to portray their characters on the red carpet better than others?